Mathematical hints of 3-d mirror symmetry

This is practice for a talk at Berkeley, so it will involve explaining stuff many people here probably already know.  I'll try to summarize what I've learned about 3 dimensional N=4 supersymmetric quantum field theories, their twists and how these manifest in terms of interesting objects in mathematics.  If nothing else, hopefully there will be some comedy value in my attempt.  

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Event Type: 
Seminar
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Event Date: 
Monday, April 15, 2019 - 11:00 to 12:30
Location: 
Sky Room
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394